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Encountering Michael Brown!

Encountering Michael Brown!

This Saturday, with Fulham making the trip to Wigan, we`ll encounter our ex-midfield star, Michael Brown

Much to our amusement (at the time) Brown opted to leave Craven Cottage during the close season and surprisingly chose Wigan as his destination.

In joining Wigan, Brown, who still had a suspension to complete, missed the opening few matches, however, it won`t surprise supporters of Fulham who watched him on a regular basis, when we report that the combative midfield player has already received two yellow cards this season.

As well as expecting the travelling support to give him the usual earful of abuse reserved for those who depart Craven Cottage, perhaps we should remind the team to strap on their shin-pads and prepare for the usual physical Brown welcome!



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Thursday September 13 2007
Time: 4:34PM

Comments

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Knowing the premiership he'll proberly score aginst us!
Backslash2010
13/09/2007 17:03:00
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is physical another word for dirty?
merlin
13/09/2007 17:05:00
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we got so much money for him!! Plus i never thought that highly of him!! Bring it on!
oranje_emu
13/09/2007 17:14:00
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I think he is scum! A disgusting player. Could have easily broken A.Cole, Davis and Giggs legs.
Adilson
13/09/2007 17:34:00
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I never saw him as captin material but he was an ok midfielder, but still ill proberly have to agree with you Adilson very nasty!
Backslash2010
14/09/2007 13:22:00
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